Tuesday, January 19, 2010
ESPN Deportes Announces Dream Job: El Reportero Finalists
ESPN Deportes announces the finalists for the second installation of the network's reality series, Dream Job: El Reportero. Six contestants were selected as finalists during the six-city tour for the chance to win and serve as an ESPN Deportes soccer reporter covering the biggest sporting event in 2010, and to win a brand new 2010 Ford Fusion Sport. The network will also soon announce details on the AT&T Wildcard that will give a second chance to the runner-ups from each market to compete for a spot on the finals. The wildcard winner will be selected by fans online at ESPNdeportes.com and via text for AT&T Mobile subscribers.
Nearly 1,000 hopefuls turned out for the casting tour of Dream Job: El Reportero that over the past three months hit New York, Miami, Chicago, San Diego, Los Angeles and Dallas. Throughout the journey, ESPN Deportes, their judging panel, along with the program's marketing partners Ford, AT&T, Infinity Auto Insurance and Burger King had the opportunity to interact with hundreds of fans many with extraordinary storylines and the dream of becoming the network's next reporter.
The finalists for the 2009 Dream Job: El Reportero are: Ernesto Miranda (New York), Joseph van Wyk (Miami), Andres Arias (Chicago), Rafael Luna (San Diego), Dhaniel Sanchez (Los Angeles) and Daniela Rodriguez (Dallas).
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